Do you reckon you’d feel different if you’d been called something else? I mean, if you’d been called Benedict instead […]
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Robert Rebutato – the apprentice of Le Corbusier
The narrow track alongside the railway at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is becoming well worn. It was always busy, being patrolled by customs […]
Jean Badovici, mystery man
One of the surprising things about writing a novel set within the last hundred years is how difficult it can […]
Look at me!
I know I’ve posted about doors before (see Abandon Hope) and how important I think they are. I am an […]